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Most Current Articles in Family

Finding Magic in the Past

I never met my grandfather, who passed away about eight years before I was born, but I have always heard about his challenging life.

By Dian Thomas
Your Hardest Family Question: How do I address my daughter’s overeating?

I’ve got an 11 year-old daughter who struggles with overeating. I have no idea what to say to her to help her, as my mother and grandmother criticized me for the same things and I still struggle with the emotional damage.

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
Mormon and Childless

You may think that I still have time, that miracles happen every day, that I can “just adopt”, that I shouldn’t give up hope and that I just possibly need to relax and it will happen. That is simply untrue. Let me rewind.

By Katie Jennings
Who Doesn’t Love a Good Stir Fry?

When I’m in a hurry to make dinner, I choose stir fry. I love it because it is so versatile and it never has to be the same twice.

By Dennis Weaver
The Virus that Destroys Relationships

A virus lurks in our families, our wards and our marriages, and we may not even recognize the damage it is doing.

By JeaNette Goates Smith
Word of Wisdom: Why Aren’t We Told How to Eat?

If the dietary principles (the ‘Dos’) in the Word of Wisdom are so clear, why aren’t we instructed to eat this way as part of our religion?

By Jane Birch
Eat Right Tonight!

Think that healthy living is boring, expensive and time consuming? Think again! Today’s article includes snappy meal and shopping ideas to save time and money both now and later, along with a must-read book for the whole family.

By Carolyn Allen
Enjoying the 4 Seasons of Marriage

The best way to help society was for people to get married and stay married. So, how does a couple stay married?

By Gary and Joy Lundberg
Your Hardest Family Question: How do I protect my stepson from his mother?

I have a stepson living with me that has a very co-dependent relationship with his mother. He is being withdrawn and surly and sometimes almost a bully towards others. How can I help him?

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT